Tatiana Calderón fulfilled a childhood dream when she drove the Alfa Romeo Racing C37 at the Autódromo Hermanos Rodríguez in Mexico City in 2018, becoming the first Latin American woman ever to drive a Formula 1 car. Her passion and determination have helped her reach the pinnacle of motorsport, rising through the ladder, usually as the only female on the grid. ‘Impossible’ is a word she often hears when people hear about her dreams and goals, but she continues to help opening the door for the new generation of female talent. Tatiana works closely with the FIA as member of the FIA Women in Motorsport Commission to support young girls and attract them to the sport.
Hailing from Colombia, Tatiana made her karting debut at the age of nine. She soon claimed the national championship, a feat she repeated on several occasions and that represented a springboard that allowed her to compete in the United States, where she also became champion of the Stars of Karting Championship East division. She represented her country in several world finals and did her single seater debut in 2010, racing in the Star Mazda Championship in the US. Tatiana has competed in the most representative racing series of the F1 ladder, starting with the FIA F3 European Championship, the GP3 Series, World Series Formula 3.5, FIA Formula 2. She is currently competing in the Super Formula in Japan, the European Le Mans Series and the 24 Hours of Le Mans with the Richard Mille Racing Team.
Tatiana made her F1 debut back in 2018, driving the Alfa Romeo Racing C37 in Mexico City. She has tested the C32 at Fiorano (2018) and Paul Ricard (2019).
|Hobbies||Water Skiing, Tennis, sports in general|
|Favourite Food||Italian Food|
|Favourite Music||Rock and Pop|
|Favourite Circuit||Spa Francorchamps|
|Spoken Languages||Spanish, English and German|